This is what we are trying to fight

A girl’s picture was pulled from her yearbook because she was wearing a tux. But actually, it was pulled because she’s a lesbian. At every single high school dance, girls in dresses or in jeans, are dancing together in big groups while their dates hang out together by the punch bowl, and there’s no problem with this. Unless one of these lesbians (because statistics not only bear out that one of them is a lesbian, but my own personal experience has proven to me that *way* more of us are gay than you know) has spoken the words to the world “I prefer to have sex with people in my own gender”, *THEN* she is regulated.

No, your community doesn’t have the right to set its own standards, if those standards impinge on the rights outlined in our constitution and our declaration of independence.

There is a song in Act Two where the Chaplain simply can’t stand the self hatred anymore, and he explains why everyone who wants to be gay should be, and I’ve done a bit of research in an effort to defeat the political and religious arguments. It’s interesting, everyone claims to read the bible, and everyone quotes Leviticus, the “abomination” verse, when it comes to being gay.

But look in Proverbs. (Look even a few sentences later in Leviticus, where the laws clearly state that divorce is an abomination.) In Proverbs, that which God hates most is outlined…

These six things doth the LORD hate:
yea, seven are an abomination unto him:
A proud look, a lying tongue,
and hands that shed innocent blood,
An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations,
feet that be swift in running to mischief,
A false witness that speaketh lies,
and he that soweth discord among  brethren

Proverbs 6:16-19

He that soweth discord? A wicked imagination? Hands that shed innocent blood?

Does that sound like anyone, y’know, currently running the country?

These things all have the same root idea; lying. God doesn’t want us to lie. The idea that God wants you to just shut up about being gay…

Look I wrote all of this yesterday. I just wanted to include that link. It’s important that we all fight this, etc., and a musical is probably… well, it’s probably as effective as a blog.